Thunder's bowling unit, which was inefficient in their previous match, will be hoping to retaliate against Hobart Hurricanes.
Inglis and Livingstone shared an opening-wicket stand of 136 runs in 13.2 overs.
The Scorchers have made one change to their line-up.
The successful duo of Daniel Sams and Chris Morris will be steering Thunder's bowling force.
Morris, who is currently plying his trade for the Sydney Thunder, has already made quite an impression in the ongoing Big Bash League.
The writing was on the walls for the Sixers are they were reduced to 15/5 in 5.1 overs.
Nathan Lyon has returned to the Sixers, replacing Ben Manenti.
Alex Ross tried his best in the end. But he was left to do a little too much in the end.
Melbourne Renegades have failed to live up to their expectations so far in the season.
Usman Khawaja also played an elegant knock of 33 runs against Hobart Hurricanes.